This Senator Will Now FULLY SUPPORT Trump’s Kavanaugh Pick, LIB Meltdown To Ensue

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Today, Senator Rand Paul has gotten in line to vote for President Trump’s stellar pick for the Supreme Court, Brett Kavanaugh.

He was one of the one’s who had questioned whether or not he would support him and gave hope to some of the looney left that maybe Kavanaugh would not get appointed.

The liberals hopes just got a LOT smaller!

That’s because President Trump thanked Sen. Rand Paul.

He tweeted, “Thank you to @RandPaul for your YES on a future great Justice of the Supreme Court, Brett Kavanaugh. Your vote means a lot to me, and to everyone who loves our Country!”

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Senator Paul released a series of his own Tweets showing that after his initial apprehension, he has done much due diligence, and believes Kavanaugh to be a wonderful choice by President Trump.

This vote by Senator Rand Paul is very important because Republicans are already short a vote due to Senator John McCain who is sick at home with cancer.

Some undecided Republican votes to watch still are Susan Collins of Maine, Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, and Jeff Flake of Arizona. Read here for details.

Most likely there will be no Republicans who vote no at this point and quite possibly some Democrat votes. There are three undecided “red state” Democrats who will have to deal with blow back in the mid terms if they don’t vote yes. Bill Nelson of Florida, Jon Tester of Montana, and Joe Donnelly of Indiana.

Let’s thank Rand Paul for supporting the President by showing our support on social media or contacting his office! He has been playing ball with President Trump lately which means we are only winning even MORE! Here are the well thought out and elaborate Tweets issues By Senator Paul below.


Check out Senator Rand Paul’s tweets:

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I predict a total meltdown from Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer as they hope no more left wing Supreme Court justices retire under the Trump administration, although it is likely that Trump will get 1, maybe even 2 or 3 more picks under his Presidency!